雅思口语part2话题卡: Describe a childhood friend of yours 童年的朋友
对于童年的小伙伴题材，相比烤鸭们还是很容易从脑海中找到一些曾经的美好回忆。可以是在幼儿园到小学期间遇到的最好的玩伴，可以讲一些一起游戏或者活动的经历（小编那个时候是纯游戏，电脑游戏还没有十分普及），比如丢沙包、自然课上一起抓昆虫采集标本，或者就是和小伙伴在游乐园里面玩各种娱乐项目等等。P.S. 与童年相关的话题卡还会涉及到Describe a toy you had in your childhood.
Describe a childhood friend of yours
You should say
Who is this friend
How you knew about him or her
And explain how you feel about this friend
A childhood friend of mine is XJH, who was my most intimate friend during my entire childhood. We began to know about each other since my family has settled down in my hometown and we became neighbors. We were first introduced by our parents when both of us were about to stay alone at home since our parents were quite busy at that time and they wanted us to play together.
We didn’t become so familiar until one day on a special occasion we had a common interest in stamps. It was a set of stamps on a stamp album given by his great-grandfather from Singapore that caused my attention on the bookshelf when I was visiting his home. He patiently took out and let me take a look at those stamps, though I didn’t have much taste in appreciating the stamps. This album contained a lot of stamps, most of which were collected directly from the envelopes.
XJH didn’t know much about stamps either but were also quite into it and tried as much as he could to explain those exotic stamps from Singapore, including some presented traditional Chinese graphs like the Panda and the Great Wall, etc. Those stamps to me were like a book that taught me a lot of cultural and geographic things, it’s really like a mini-encyclopedia. This article is from Laokaoya website. Do not copy or repost it. Since then, I remember, most of our time during that year was about stamps collecting, it was pretty fun.
Well, I think the most important reason why we became so intimate friends during childhood was that we didn’t have the so-called gap between us. We could always find something that could arouse our interests and it seemed that time spent together was never enough for us.